|Eugene Lee-Hamilton (1845–1907)|
|Description||British poetEnglish poet and translator|
|Date of birth/death||6 January 1845||9 September 1907|
|Location of birth/death||London||Bagni di Lucca|
English: Eugene Lee-Hamilton (6 January 1845 – 9 September 1907) was a late Victorian English poet. His work includes some notable sonnets in the style of Petrarch. He endowed a literary prize administered by Oriel College in Oxford University, where he was a student. The prize is open to students of Oxford and of Cambridge University and continues to this day.